Sunday, 10th June 10.00am- 12.00pm Come along and give us a hand to collect litter. Even an hour of your time would be most welcome. We will provide bags, gloves and litter pickers. Meet at gate to pond at Lockharton Crescent at 10.00am Organised by the Friends of Craiglockhart Woods and Nature Trail
A nice warm jacket was left behind after Sunday’s Picnic Lunch. It was on the ground behind the trail plan. If sounds like it may be yours and your are keen to get it back please call 0131 443 2166.
It’s a great time to play outdoors! The natural world wakes up from a long sleep with buds bursting into leaf, flowers blooming and animals waking from hibernation. Get stuck in with free ideas and downloads. Click here for downloads, spotter sheets and more.
The Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Craiglockhart Woods and Nature Trail will take place on Thursday 8 March 2012 at 7.00 for 7.30 at the Craiglockhart Tennis Centre. Refreshments will be available from 7.00pm. The AGM will start at 7.30 and will be followed by a short presentation by a guest speaker – […]
September/October Bat boxes were checked this month by one of our Countryside Rangers (CR) who has a bat licence, there was no evidence of bats using them although bats can be seen around the pond at dusk and just after the sun has set. Some of the bat boxes have been nailed down which makes […]
The Green Flag team are asking people to vote for their favourite Green Flag Park. The deadline for entries is the 12th September. This is the second year that the public have been encouraged to vote for their local park or green space to make it the nation’s favourite park. Last year’s winner, Queen’s Park […]
The dates for the public consultation meetings which, we believe, form part of the formal consultation process are as follows: Thursday 1st September 4pm – 8pm Saturday 3rd September 10am – 4pm Monday 5th September 4pm – 8pm According to the developers these will “cover the same ground” – the aim being to provide a range […]
Despite the poor weather the summer fete provided a fun day out for many in the local community who were brave enough to don their waterproofs and enjoy the activities and stalls. The fete raised £1,200 towards FCWNT funds which will be invested in projects and maintenance within the woods. This was an excellent achievement given the weather […]
We are pleased to announce that immediately after the AGM (click here to download the AGM Notice – pdf 70kb) Mark Jennison will give a brief presentation entitled “A Tour of Scottish Community Renewables: Issues and Opportunities”. Mark is Operations Director of Realise Renewables and his topic is of increasing importance to our communities. Please join us for […]